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Courteeners Winter UK Tour

Courteeners have announced a huge winter UK tour for later this year with Gerry Cinnamon set to join them as support on selected dates and Zuzu across all shows.

Courteeners Winter UK Tour Dates:

Stoke Victoria Hall, 15 Nov
Birmingham O2 Academy, 16
Leeds First Direct Arena, 17
Nottingham Rock City, 19
Leicester O2 Academy, 20
Llandudno Venue Cymru The Arena, 22
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, 23
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 24
Southampton O2 Guildhall, 26
Bristol O2 Academy, 27
Hull Bonus Arena, 29
Liverpool Echo Arena, 30
London O2 Academy Brixton, 01 Dec

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The band will be hitting the main stage at Reading & Leeds Festivals this weekend and have also recently played Neighbourhood Festival and Truck Festival slots this summer. Their UK tour sill see them head to arenas in November/December with dates scheduled in Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, Newcastle and Hull before finally heading to the O2 Brixton Academy in London, marking their fifth ever headline gig at the venue.

Earlier this year Courteeners celebrated the 10th anniversary of their gold selling debut album ‘St. Jude’. To mark the occasion, they performed to sold out crowds in Manchester and London’s Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. The re-worked version of the album ‘St. June Re:Wired’ also reached the Top 5 on the Official UK Albums Chart.

‘St. Jude’ first dropped in April 2008 and charted at No.4 during its first week of release. The album went on to win the inaugural Guardian First British Album Award, beating albums by the likes of Duffy, Adele and Glasvegas. The record’s lead track ‘Not Nineteen Forever’ went on to accumulate more than 20 million streams on Spotify alone.

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